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    ESPN announces mass layoffs

    ESPN went through a huge sweep on Wednesday when they laid off over 70 high-profile employees in the same day. This housecleaning comes ahead of the upcoming second quarter financial results release by Disney, ESPN’s parent company. After reports came out that ESPN has lost millions of subscribers over the past five years due to […]

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    Waymo will give free rides in self-driving vans to Phoenix residents

    Waymo, Google’s self-driving car program, took a huge step when it announced on Monday night that it is making its service open to Phoenix residents for free. Waymo will offer free rides in self-driving Lexus SUVs and Chrysler Pacifica minivans to people in Phoenix, Chandler, Tempe, Mesa and Gilbert, Arizona. While the vehicles will operate […]

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    Venezuela takes over GM’s factory and takes cars

    Venezuela made a provocative move on Wednesday when they announced that they’ve seized the country’s General Motors factory, which puts an end to their operations in the South American country. General Motors called this an “illegal jusicial seizure of its assets”, and this does seem like a rash move superficially. Some analysts believe that this […]

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    Nintendo planning to release Mini SNES

    Nintendo is preparing to release a mini SNES system by Christmas of this year, which is great news to fans of classic consoles. This comes quickly after the recent news that Nintendo was discontinuing the popular throwback NES Classic Edition, which worried fans until this new announcement was made. The NES Classic was a huge […]

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    Netflix approaches 100 million subscribers

    Netflix announced that it expects to pass the 100 million subscriber milestone by this weekend, which helped stock to rise slightly. While Amazon and Hulu have continued to up the competition, this number marks how much of a hold Netflix has on the online streaming market still. Netflix also says that it expects a subscriber […]

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    Snapchat CEO accused of calling India poor

    Snapchat just got itself in trouble with one of the most populated countries in the world, after the remarks of a high executive got released today. In a lawsuit filed by Anthony Pompliano, a former Snapchat employee, an anecdote is detailed in which Pompliano asked CEO Evan Spiegel about Snapchat expanding into growth areas, upon […]

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    Apple given permission to test self-driving cars in California

    Some big news in the autonomous car world has surfaced: Apple is now allowed to test its self-driving cars in the state of California. Apple has been working on its self-driving car, codenamed Project Titan, for years without officially announcing it. Apple joins several other companies that are hard at work testing out autonomous vehicle […]

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    Uber caught spying on Lyft drivers

    We may have a case of good old-fashioned corporate espionage on our hands with the recent report that Uber secretly tracked drivers for ride-sharing competitor Lyft. The tracking was reportedly done using an internal software program nicknamed “Hell”. The program allowed Uber to see how many Lyft drivers were free at a given time, what […]

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    St. Louis sues the Los Angeles Rams

    The city of St. Louis, Missouri decided to sue the Rams of the NFL over their move to Los Angeles. St. Louis County and the St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority are two of the other major parties suing the NFL and its 32 teams, including the Rams. The lawsuit is based on […]

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    Stephen Curry’s jersey bestseller for second year in a row

    NBAStore.com has released its annual list of the best-selling jerseys in the country, and Stephen Curry, the Golden State Warriors’ star three-point shooter and 2015-16 NBA MVP, has topped the ranking for the second year in a row. LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers came up in second place, while Kevin Durant, Curry’s current teammate […]